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Painting: Acrylic, Spray Paint, Watercolor, Latex on Other.
I have conceived of my project as a specific parafragment of building dialogue, which is time-bound by the superstitious consumerism. Most of the time, streets are influenced by me that are more of an indefinite kind of human activity. I draw abstract moments from the walls, roads, entrances, and windows. The streets are proof of the human presence in which the color spends, rustles, disappears, collapses, and rebuilds. Propagation as a time constraint is present in my paintings above all because I want to pass on this little time of our transience. But this passage does not have to be essentially melancholic, nostalgic and somewhat depressing, but she is aware of our rejuvenation, she circulates and recycles our progress. In her paintings, Contrary to the Inventions I have venerated my attention in the new series of works, I have painted a picture that contradictantly seeks refuge in nature. Nature that is a symbol of beginning and what we should always return to forgetting who we are.
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